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Approaches to the major train stations

Find out how to get to the 5 Fuji area train stations from several major Japanese train stations and airports. If you are coming from Haneda Airport, Shinjuku Station in Tokyo or Shizuoka Station where the shinkansen stops, there are direct buses for you to take to any of the 5 stations.

Approaches to the trail entrance (fifth stations)

To get to the Mt. Fuji climbing stations, transfer to a Mt. Fuji bound bus at any of the following stations: Kawaguchiko, Fujisan, Gotemba, Mishima, Shinfuji. Many lines only operate in summer, which is the climbing season, so don’t forget to check the bus schedules in advance.

Sights & Attractions

Fuji Subaru Line,5th Station–Yoshida entrance

Fuji Subaru Line,
5th Station –Yoshida entrance

The 5th Station of Mt. Fuji is located on the side of Mt. Fuji. It is accessible by buses coming from various stations located at the foot of the mountain.

Fuji-Q Highland

Fuji-Q Highland

This is Japan's uniquely Japanese amusement park. There are loads of rides and attractions for all ages at Fuji-Q Highland, including Guinness World Record holding roller coasters.

Lake Yamanaka

Lake Yamanaka

Since olden times, Lake Yamanaka has been the place to escape Japan’s summer heat. There are many hotels and summer villas lining the waters of the lake and the natural beauty of the surrounding area will amaze you.

Lake Kawaguchi

Lake Kawaguchi

Located on the northern side of Mt. Fuji, Lake Kawaguchi is a popular destination for tourists seeking views of Mt. Fuji. There are also museums, shops and hot springs to visit and many fun activities, such as fishing and marine sports. 

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